April 29 Chapter Meeting: Requirements Prioritization
Please join us for our next Chapter Meeting on Wednesday April 29, 2015. Networking to begin at 5:30pm, with presentation to start promptly at 6:00pm. We will be meeting at Matrix Solutions in Cary. Razvan Radulian will be presenting "Requirements Prioritization." Registration Form
When prioritizing requirements in a project, have you ever been in a situation in which virtually all requirements are High Priority or Critical? As you can imagine, ALL requirements being High priority is as "good" as NO requirements having ANY priority at all. Hmm, not very helpful, isn't it? Is there anything we can do about that?
In this presentation/workshop we'll go through some ideas and practices on how to improve the requirements prioritization process.
Why are we talking about Requirements Prioritization?
Razvan Radulian Razvan is an instructor and coach with over 17 years of advanced experience in business analysis, business process management (analysis, design/modeling, simulations/optimization), system architecture and design, project management, Agile, Lean, and more.
Thanks to all that joined us on January 29, 2015 at 5:30pm in the offices of Matrix Solutions in Cary for the 2015 Annual General Meeting. We had a great meeting. The Board and attendees reviewed the chapter affairs and had a great exchange of ideas for growing the chapter in the coming year. Meeting agenda and notes below. Please feel free to reach out to the Board with your comments and ideas for 2015 by e-mailing us at
Seema S Manchikalapati currently works for BCBSNC as a BA in customer service dept. Previously she has worked for BOSE, Philips Healthcare, Timberland and General Motors
Here is what Seema had to say about her CBAP journey and how the Study Group helped her achieve her goal.
Testimony: This study group has a diverse member group coming from different business streams. They bring a rich experience of Business Analysis to the table. The energy of this study group kept me going even when at times when it was difficult for me to focus. I am very happy to be a part of this group and thanks the group for having me. I could not have done this without your support.
Advice: We should have a timeline & agenda and stick to it. Aspiring candidates should fill up the application form first, so that their dedication and commitment is visible. Set up achievable exam dates and work towards the goal.
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